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There is a rather special October exhibit of local photographers happening at Bareiss Gallery, 15 State Road 150 in El Prado. The show titled Taos Photographers: A Sense of Place is opening with libations and nibbles and a chance to mingle with the photographers Saturday (Oct. 23) from 5 to 8 p.m.
Bob Richardson paints it like he sees it, and that means representing the light along with the dark.
“When I paint,” he writes on his website, “I work to capture an unrehearsed moment of someone’s life.” Unrehearsed is a quality that permeates much of his art. A latecomer to painting, he is largely self-taught. Nonetheless – or perhaps as a result – he does not shy away from challenging subject matter and introduces levity into scenes that might otherwise appear grim.
With the country still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the mantra of the season has been, "Follow the science. Listen to scientists."
Rarely, if ever, has the science of COVID intersected with the visual arts, however. But on Friday (Dec. 18) from 5-7 p.m. the Bareiss Gallery will host the opening reception of "OUR Covid-Infection & Resurrection," both installation art and a tutorial of immediate relevance.
Last May, multi-instrumentalists Chipper Thompson and Roger Landes broke their hiatus of more than a decade to play their wildly original bouzouki tunes in Alamosa, Colorado, and Santa Fe. Now, Thompson and Landes are revitalizing the Taos sound waves with their impressive collection inspired by Mediterranean, Balkan, Mexican and Southern U.S. tunes, as well as their gifted imaginations.